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Past Exhibitions - 2011
Harold Greene
Bench of Gratitude, Seat of Intent
Oct 30 - Jan 6, 2012

John Trevino: Sunken City
Sep 10 - Jan 6, 2012

Our 5" x 5" Picture
Aug 1 - Jan 6, 2012

Tamara Mason: Blockade
Aug 1 - Oct 9, 2011

Jeff McLane: Effulgence
May 15 - Aug 14, 2011

Reflections on the Harbor: The Land
May 15 - Aug 14, 2011

Our Stories and Memories
May 15 - Jul 17, 2011

Robert/Scott Dance Company:
Under the Light

May 15 - Jul 17, 2011

Frank Minuto: a little show for sara
Jan 30 - Apr 15, 2011

Harold Plople: American Characters
Jan 30 - Apr 15, 2011

To Live and Draw in L.A.
Nov 7 - Jan 8, 2011

Lisa Solomon
Nov 7 - Jan 8, 2011

Artists in Classrooms
Nov 7 - Jan 8, 2011

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Reflections on the Harbor: The Land
May 15 - August 14, 2011

Opening Reception: Sunday, May 15, 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Alicia J. Ogden, Amy Kaczur, Anagraham, Andrew Dickson, Annelie McKenzie, Barbara Carnaham Marriott, Becca Shewmake, Beth Elliott Deborah Diehl/Arzu Kosar, Dave Fox, Deryke Cardenaz, Harold Plople, Ione Citrin, Jennifer Gunlock, Joyce Weiss, Jill Sykes, Kimberly F. Davis Mike Watt, Nancy Mayhew, Olga Lah, Pat Kelley, Tony Purdue, Travis Ott-Conn, Valerie Smith-Griffin


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This exhibition was the first of three exhibitions that explored the region through a range of media. The exhibition depicted the physical or futuristic landscape that surrounds the South Bay/ Harbor region and featured 26 artists whose work ranged from installation to video. The show encouraged the viewer to re-examine and re-envision the region's landscape from Olga Lah's large site specific paper installation that guides the viewer into the space to the video of a performance by Anagraham taken overlooking the Pacific Ocean.



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This exhibition is sponsored in part by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood Council, and the Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council.